Toxic magazine hosts Disney Infinity Starter Pack competition

Fans offered the chance to win Disney Infinity Stater Pack and Cars and Lone ranger Play Sets
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Celebrating the success of its latest ABC results, Egmont's boys' magazine Toxic is running a competition for fans to win a Wii U console and a Disney Infinity starter pack.

The issue, on sale this week retails at £2.99 is also offering boys the chance to win Disney Infinty Play Sets for cars and The Lone Ranger.

The Toxic magazine title reported its fourth consecutive period of growth last week, making it the UK's number one pre-teen boy's magazine.

The magazine engages its audience each issue with an array of free gifts and competitions.

"A key part of Toxic's offering is leveraging our brilliant relationships with our brand partners to provide the best competition prizes in the market," said Frank Tennyson, editor, Toxic magazine.

"Every issue we work closely with the likes of disney, LEGO, Activision, Sony and others to incentivise our interactive editorial, as well as running traditional competitions.

"Issue 25 is no exception with a bundle of goodies to delight any Toxic fan including two giant LEGO sticker sheets, a Trash Pack album with stickers and a Ninja Frisbee.

"We're also running a competition in this issue for kids to win a Wii U console, starter pack for new game, Disney Infinity along with Play Sets for Cars and The Lone Ranger."


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